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Hobonichi 5 Year Techo + Covers On Sale Now!

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#1 stevesurf


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Posted 01 December 2017 - 04:02

Hi FPNers - no affiliation here; just many Techos and Weeks over the years.


The 5 yr planners just went on sale and covers are also available - it might be a good idea as it's about 800 pages in A6 size!













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Posted 01 December 2017 - 06:27

Thanks for the heads up....

Wasn't aware they had 5 year planners....

Although I'm doing good if I can be on top of planning a few months at a time. Planning for 5 years seems either daunting and/or depressing Not to mention potential for injury due to weight of lugging it around.

Seriously now, I assume this is more of a long term diary than a planner for most users?


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Posted 01 December 2017 - 16:21

The way they describe it is that you have a two-page spread for each date in a year (for example, January 1) that covers 5 years. So, it isn't really a planner, but you can see what you did or goals or whatever for January 1, 2018, 2019, 2020, etc. 


It is a nice idea, but doesn't really work for me. It isn't a diary in that there isn't room to write a ton for each day, but you can keep track of things over time.

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